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Although it looks like an original part of the kitchen, the rustic reclaimed wood beam actually covers an existing beam, and posts were made to support it. This piece was carefully designed to look authentic, add a great textural element and define the cooking area of the kitchen.
Posillico created a breakfast nook at the end of the space for the family to have casual meals in, or to incorporate guests in the space when they're entertaining.
Barstools: Pottery Barn
Although its palette is relatively simple, the contrast of materials maintains a level of visual interest in the space. Antique lighting, reclaimed wood and rustic stone provide an elegant contrast with the crisp white cabinetry and Greek marble.
One of the walls in the kitchen shares space with the staircase; Posillico took advantage of the area under the actual stairs to maximize the amount of room in the kitchen.
Island: Rustic cherry with a toffee stain and antique black glazing
Cabinetry: Bertch Cabinetry, custom Shaker doors
Backsplash: Custom cut imported Greek marble from K&K Marble
The clients found the mahogany cabinet while antiquing, and after they had started construction on the kitchen. Posillico created a custom alcove the piece could fit in without looking too confined. The deep farmhouse sink lends to the rustic feel of the kitchen, and is practical enough to deal with the needs of a large dinner party.
Sink: Herbeau Luberon Farmhouse sink
Countertops: Imported Greek marble from K&K Marble
Chairs: Restoration Hardware
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